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I can see that everyone says for example "De qui parles-tu" "Of whom are you speaking," which makes sense in english, but seems a bit formal to say to your friend.

I was wondering if French had the same unwritten rules about formality. Like how in English you can say "Whom (who) are you speaking (talking) of (about)?"

In French, I don't think it would make sense to say "Qui parles-tu de," so with that, I'm assuming that you would always say "De qui parles-tu," even when speaking with a close friend.

Could someone clarify?

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